AboutAs well as a lecturer in Meteorology with a PhD at Monash University, I’m a Professor in Environmental Mission at Missional University, adjunct faculty at Eastern College, Melbourne and ecotheologian with Ethos: EA Centre for Christianity and Society.
- M Phil (Theology) planned for 2017
- PhD (Meteorology), Monash University, 2002-2009.
- Scholar in Theology Certificate, Tyndale College Sydney, 2000-2009.
- Certificate IV: Workplace assessment and training, Australian Institute of Management, 2004.
- Graduate Diploma in Meteorology, Bureau of Meteorology, 1997.
- MSc (Physics), University of Sydney, 1992-1994.
- BSc (Hons), Monash University, 1998-1991.
PublicationsRefereed theology papers
“Eco-missiology and narrative: A study in Romans and eco-missiological method,” Australian Journal of Mission Studies, December 1, 2012.“The Earth is Full of your Creatures: A Theology of Wilderness,” Anglican EcoCare Journal of Ecotheology 1 (2014): 65-78.“All Things Bright and Beautiful” Toward an Aesthetic Ecotheology,” Anglican EcoCare Journal of Ecotheology 2 (2016).“The EcoTheology of Ross Langmead,” Australian Journal of Mission Studies, December 1, (2016).“Oil and Blood on the Bayonet: Empire, Oil, War and Ecology”, Interface, (2017), in press.Other theological works
S140 Climate Change, S141 Christ and the Camera Lens: A Theology of Wildlife Documentation, Zadok Paper Series, Spring 2005.Science and meaning, Issues Magazine, 82, March 2008.S169 Groaning of creation: A Pauline Ecomissiology based on a Narrative Reading of Romans, Zadok Paper Series, Spring 2009.“Preaching to the Birds,” in Michael Frost and David Jackson eds, Speaking of Mission Volume 2 (Ryde: Morling Press, 2013).With Claire Dawson, A Climate of Hope: Church and Mission in a Warming World (Dandenong: UNOH Publishing, 2014).“Grappling for Christ: Incarnational Mission at the Margins of the Church,” in Darren Cronshaw and Rosemary Dewerse eds, We Are Pilgrims: Mission from, in and with the Margins of Our Diverse World (Dandenong: UNOH Publishing, 2015).“With Heads Craning Forward: The Eschaton and the Nonhuman Creation in Romans 8,” in Ecotheology in the Humanities: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Divine and Nature, ed. Melissa J. Brotton (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2016).“The Self-emptying Godhead: Perichoresis, Kenosis and an Ethic for the Anthropocene,” in Ecotheology and Nonhuman Ethics in Society: A Community of Compassion (Ecocritical Theory and Practice) ed. Melissa J. Brotton (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2016).“Rediscovering a Spirituality of Creation for the Anthropocene,” in Nature of Things ed. Graham Buxton (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock: 2016).Refereed science papers
Melrose, D.B., & Pope, M.H. 1993: Diffusive shock acceleration by multiple shocks, Proc. ASA, 10, 222-224.Pope, M.H., & Melrose, D.B. 1994: Diffusive shock acceleration by multiple shocks with differing properties, Proceedings Proc. ASA, 11, 175-179.Pope, M.H., Ball, L., & Melrose, D.B. 1996: Shock acceleration in hot spots, Proc. ASA, 13, 132-139.Mick Pope, Jakob, C., and Reeder, M.J. 2008a: Convective Systems of the North Australian Monsoon, J. Clim., 19, 5091-5112.Mick Pope, Jakob, C., and Reeder, M.J. 2009a: Objective Classification of Tropical Mesoscale Convective Systems, J. Clim., 22, 2797-5808.Mick Pope, Jakob, C., and Reeder, M.J. 2009b: Regimes of the North Australian Wet Season, J. Clim., 22, 6699-6715.